The new and faster D Line bus service connecting Mall of America to Brooklyn Center begins Saturday.
Details: The 18-mile, $75 million line runs up Chicago Avenue in South Minneapolis, through downtown and onto Fremont Avenue in North Minneapolis.
Minnesota's largest school district is getting closer to naming a new leader.
Driving the news: The Anoka-Hennepin School Board is interviewing two of five superintendent candidates at a special meeting Wednesday. Three candidates were interviewed Tuesday night.
Stillwater is weighing whether to start charging for parking along the border city's busy Main Street, The Pioneer Press reports.
State of play: About 75% of the roughly 2,000 parking spots in downtown Stillwater are free, City Council Member David Junker told The Pioneer Press.
A new independent news outlet covering the Iron Range debuted this month.
Longtime Minnesota State Fair CEO Jerry Hammer will retire next spring after more than 50 years working for the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Why it matters: Hammer has been at the helm of the organization for more than two decades, overseeing massive growth and transformation at one of the biggest state fairs in the U.S.
It's going to be a busy week at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
The big picture: Officials expect passenger volumes over the Thanksgiving travel period to equal or surpass last year.
Thousands of Twin Cities nurses are moving toward a second strike amid an ongoing contract dispute with hospitals.
Driving the news: The Minnesota Nurses Association announced Thursday that members will hold a strike authorization vote on Nov. 30.
In a nail biter, "Grumpy Old Men" edged out "Fargo" 53-47 in the final round of our best Minnesota-made movie bracket.
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